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You probably thought when on a whim you made a search for Lendrick Muir School that you would find nothing; evidently you were mistaken!

The very fact that you made the search in the first place would indicate that within you there still exists a little piece of Lendrick Muir School.

The function of this website is to put those pieces together, whether you were a pupil, a teacher, a matron or a member of the domestic staff, we are sure that you will find something or somebody on this site that interests you.

This site is run by former pupils and has two main purposes:

  1. An archive of life at L.M.S ranging from photos to stories and school paraphernalia.
  2. A contact point for old friends and colleagues who over the span of time have lost touch.

This web site focuses on the years 1962 until 1988.

If you wish to your contact details posted on this site please contact us [admin@lendrick-muir-school.co.uk] with your full name, nickname (if any), your E-Mail address and the period you spent at L.M.S.

You might also want to join our Facebook group at http://www.facebook.com/groups/lendrickmuir. The group is very active and is probably the best way to get in touch with other Lendrickanthropoids.

There is also an  archive of some Lendrickanthropoid comments at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lendrickmuir/

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10 Responses to Home

  1. Sharon Edwards says:

    I was at Lendrick 1971 1972

    • Kathy Baird (Milligan) says:

      Hy Sharron, I remember you from LMS I thought you were very nice, not like most i could mention. I remember you were friends with Rhona Campbell, did you ever stay in touch? I was great friends with Maggie McNamara, but we lost touch about 4 years after I left, I have hoped to meet her on one of these sites but so far no luck.
      Hope your well & lifes been good to you since thoes early days, be nice to hear from you

      Cheers

      Kathy :)

      • Diana (Dina) Lyon (nee Dow) says:

        Hello Kathy, can’t believe it’s you. I only found all this last Tuesday. The school photo rocked my socks off! The class of ’74. I’ve wondered what happened to us all, many times but never thought to type Lendrick into a search engine and I’ve had the internet since 2002. Sorry to hear about your husband, I read Rab Ronald’s blog, what a memory he’s got! Some of the things that some have written, I’d completely forgotten and it all came flooding back. Some good, some not so. I’m on my second husband and I’ve got a 23 year old son to the first one. Spent 11 years with George Nelson before that. Doesn’t time fly. My e-mail is: cubbylyon@virginmedia.com and my home phone number is : 01506-490225 and I’m in Livingston in West Lothian now. Seeing Diana Dow came as a shock. I changed my name in August 1975 and became Diana Campbell till 1994 when I became Diana Fyfe and now Lyon. Are you still in the Alloa area? I can remember coming to see you after I left, but it’s hard to believe it was 36 years ago. I’m old, brown and wrinkled now and a lot thinner, but life is pretty good. My hubby and I bought an old 1960 cottage and moved in last October, needed a lot of TLC! It’s sitting on nearly half an acre, I could hold a reunion here, out in the garden! We sank every penny we could muster into it so were practically penniless now, and couldn’t give a shit. It’s made my day knowing that some even stayed together after all this time, Shona and Ian for example. Unbelievable. Take care of yourself and if you ever feel like a chat to catch up or an e-mail, get in touch. It would be lovely to hear from you. Diana.

  2. Alastair dallas says:

    I paid a visit to Lendrick last summer. The bushes in the foreground of the photo are gone and there’s a huge wing nearly a s big as the original buildig blocks the Chucky House road.
    How many remember the Chucky House; is it still there?
    I was escorted aroung by a very interested member of the religious group now owing the property. I cannie remeber its name but I do remember Nelly (Mrs. Grieve, Headmistress) trying to enroll us en block!!!

  3. Alex Quinney says:

    My mother, mrs Quinney, was matron at “old school” 1957 – 1962 ish, and my father was groundsman/janitor and also taught woodwork. We stayed in the “lodge”. Fortunately I was allowed to use facilities ie tennis, football etc and have many happy memories from that time.
    Alex Quinney

  4. LAING FRENCH says:

    HELLO ALL YOU CHAPS AND CHAPPEES, FRENCHY HERE STILL ALIVE AND MOANING. DIANA ITS BEEN A MILLENIUM! YOU MAY NOT REMEMBER ME BUT I SURELY WITHOUT A DOUBT REMEMBER YOU. I WENT TO THE REUNION AND HAD A BALL OF A TIME, AND YES I WAS PRACTICALLY SHITTING MYSELF AS TO WHO I WOULD MEET AND WHO WOULD REMEMBER ME. I WILL NEVER FORGET IT IN MY LIFETIME AND HOPE IT CAN HAPPEN AGAIN I AM A MUSICIAN AND WILL SOON BE RELEASING ALBUMS ON I-TUNES UNDER SOUPSON. CHECK OUT THE SOUNDCLOUD FOR SON OF SOUP A FEW TRACKS THERE. YOU CAN CONTACT ME ON fingersfrench4u@hotmail.co.uk slater!!! dudes

  5. joan guiver....nee adams says:

    I was at Lendrick between 1966-1969. I remember the discco’s at the lodge on a Saturday evening and Miss Bruce was our matron down at the house at Rumbling Bridge.I don’t know where anyone is from that period, Irene Dobson, Paul Rance, Bob can’t remember your surname

  6. Raymond Rennie says:

    Sunday morning 4/12/2011

    Watching TOTP from 1964 – 1975 on BBC 4 brought back memories and prompted this search. Amazed that it should have such a following – I guess we were all touched by our time there. Big respect to whoever is running this site and thanks.

    I must have been expelled in 1966 / 67 (for smoking) but I seem to remember Irene Dobson and Bob Stewart.

    It’s 2 am and I am tired but here are just a few people I can remember right now.

    Paul Rance (rakie) he was a great kinks fan

    Philip Hogben

    Mr Haig – taught science

    Miss Urquart – taught english

    Billy Mitchell

    Mr Thornber – headmaster

    Mr Kerr – taught woodwork

    Like you I remember the disco every Saturday night at the lodge.

  7. chris fraser says:

    Hi , i was at this school 1993 1994 . the only name i can remember is mr sneddon he was the maths teacher , he was a huge doors fan as i was. if any1 remembers me send me a e,mail. cheers
    chris fraser

    • Jan says:

      Hello Kathy, can’t believe it’s you. I only found all this last Tuesday. The sohocl photo rocked my socks off! The class of ’74. I’ve wondered what happened to us all, many times but never thought to type Lendrick into a search engine and I’ve had the internet since 2002. Sorry to hear about your husband, I read Rab Ronald’s blog, what a memory he’s got! Some of the things that some have written, I’d completely forgotten and it all came flooding back. Some good, some not so. I’m on my second husband and I’ve got a 23 year old son to the first one. Spent 11 years with George Nelson before that. Doesn’t time fly. My e-mail is: and my home phone number is : 01506-490225 and I’m in Livingston in West Lothian now. Seeing Diana Dow came as a shock. I changed my name in August 1975 and became Diana Campbell till 1994 when I became Diana Fyfe and now Lyon. Are you still in the Alloa area? I can remember coming to see you after I left, but it’s hard to believe it was 36 years ago. I’m old, brown and wrinkled now and a lot thinner, but life is pretty good. My hubby and I bought an old 1960 cottage and moved in last October, needed a lot of TLC! It’s sitting on nearly half an acre, I could hold a reunion here, out in the garden! We sank every penny we could muster into it so were practically penniless now, and couldn’t give a shit. It’s made my day knowing that some even stayed together after all this time, Shona and Ian for example. Unbelievable. Take care of yourself and if you ever feel like a chat to catch up or an e-mail, get in touch. It would be lovely to hear from you. Diana.

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